Requirements to get a Curacao Gaming License
If you decide that Curacao is the optimum location for your new Gaming company, the next step is to consider the applicable gaming license requirements.
First up, the Curacao authorities will need to know who you are, what you intend to do, where you live, and where your funds are coming from, and more before they can issue your online gambling license.
In addition to this, they will also require a fit and proper test and be assured that you are a person of good conduct. This consists of a police conduct report from your country of origin, showing that you have no criminal record. You will also be asked to provide details of your ability to conduct the operations of an online gambling company.
Each and every officer, authorized person, shareholder, director, beneficial owner or ultimate beneficial owner must provide the following documents:
Certified Copies of Passport* (the pages with photo and signature)
Original or certified copy of a Utility Bill
Police Clearance Certificate / Certificate of no criminal record
CV / Resume
Original Banker’s Reference (Relationship must be longer than 2 years)
Original Professional Letter of Reference from an Accountant or Lawyer (Relationship must be longer than 2 years)
Details of Software including copy(ies) of software agreements and/or 3rd party certification of the RNG application and its fairness (if applicable)
Proof of domain ownership
Copies of Terms & Conditions which must include underage gaming policy, responsible gaming policies, and player KYC policy.
NOTE – All documents must be in English and dated no older than 90 days. Where documents are not in English, certified English translations are required.